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CAS/PNNM's museum collections and archives contain natural history specimens, manuscript collections and institutional records, audio-visual collections, as well as cultural artifacts and artwork, which span from the 1830s to the present. These materials are a resource for researchers and the public about environments in the Midwest and across North America. Rooted in Chicago, Illinois, the Chicago Academy of Sciences was founded in 1857 and was the first science museum in Chicago. Through it...



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Image shows shrew and beetle on bacon bait amidst undergrowth. Partial crop marks surround shrew and beetle.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Gregory Brothers, Shrew
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Image shows wolf amidst undergrowth. Crop marks surround wolf.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Gregory Brothers, Florida Black Wolf
Close-up of wildflowers with single blooms with rounded petals on long stems with small tapering leaves.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Herman S. Pepoon, Wildflower, Flowers, Plants
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Tree trunk in center of image, Acer saccharum, Sugar Maple, with three distinct roots branching off from trunk and raised above ground. Ground cover is grass with some leaves. Many deciduous trees, with leaves still on trees, in background of image.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Tree, Sugar Maple, Plants
Nest and eggs of Short-eared Owl. Nest contains 8 eggs, found in loose nest of grasses and twigs on ground.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, birds, Asio flammeus, Short-Eared Owl, ecology, environment
Trunk of chokecherry tree. Tree trunk with slightly curved trunk in center of image with trees in the background that are standing on ground slanting downward from left to right.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Prunus virginiana, DuPage, Illinois
Black and white, silent film created by B. T. Gault. Locality information unconfirmed, thought to be in Ireland. Actual film date unknown, ca. 1900-1942, most likely 1925-1927. In the film the first scene is of five people in field shoveling potatoes into buckets, trees in distance; next scene is of people dancing in front of two-story house with clay/mud exterior, windows, shingled roof. 
Topics: Gault, farm, dancing
Close-up of bird's nest [Short-eared owl] with 13 eggs. Nest is made of grasses and twigs with feathers lining inside of nest
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, birds, Asio flammeus, Short-Eared Owl, ecology, environment
A large house, in center, with several people standing on the porch and sitting on the steps.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, DuPage County, Illinois
Close-up of cinnamon fern plant with focus on the fiddleheads (juvenile fronds).
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Osmunda cinnamomea
Black and white, silent motion picture film created by B. T. Gault on Plum Island [now part of the Green Bay National Wildlife Refuge] in Door County, Wisconsin. Actual film date unknown, ca. 1900-1942. On the film, there is a Coast Guard boat (white, with white canvas cover on front, "U.S. PLUM ISL" printed on life preserver) in water with 5 men in uniforms, 1 man in white seated on back of boat, and 1 dog at the front of the boat. Next scene is men unloading many wooden crates onto...
Topics: Gault, birds, ornithology, Lake Michigan, Wisconsin
Nest and 4 eggs of the American Bittern. Eggs seen center on a loose nest of dried grasses.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, birds, Botaurus lentiginosus, American Bittern, ecology, environment
An oat field in the country with fog/mist hanging on horizon in background and stooks in foreground.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, DuPage, Illinois
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1913). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 4 (2). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : The Atwood Celestial Sphere (Atwood, Wallace W.)
Topics: Atwood Celestial Sphere, astronomy
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1943). Leaflet (22). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Calendar for Microscopial Collecting (Nielsen, J. E.)
Topics: microscopy, calendar, guide, collecting
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Citation: Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Mar 1939). The Chicago Naturalist 2 (1). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue: Museum Activities (Chicago Academy of Sciences) The Eighty-Second Annual Meeting of the Academy (Chicago Academy of Sciences) The Naturalist's Calendar of Events (Chicago Academy of Sciences) Do You Know the Mammals? (Greenhall, Arthur M.) Geolycosa , the Wolf of the Dunes (Lowrie, D. C.) The Naturalist's Bookshelf (Multiple Authors) Notes from the...
Topics: Announcements, Museum Improvements, New Members, Reference Library, New Publications Issued by the...
Close-up of mushroom growing out of tree trunk, backdrop sheet with silhouette of mushroom in background.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Herman S. Pepoon, Mushrooms, Plants
Nest and eggs of Eastern Meadowlark. Nest found toward bottom of frame at center amongst and made out of grasses, nest contains four visible eggs.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, birds, Sturnella magna, Eastern Meadowlark, ecology, environment
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Dec 1951). Natural History Miscellanea (92). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Records of the Coral Snake, Micrurus fulvius, in Indiana and Ohio (Link, Goethe)
Topics: coral snake, Micrurus fulvius, Indiana, Ohio, herpetology
View of a lake with ground/shore in foreground covered in leaves with bare trees near water's edge, water in midground and opposite shoreline in background-visible through branches of trees.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, ecology, environment
Nest and four eggs of the American Bittern. Eggs found at center on the loose flat nesting material of reeds and dired grasses.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Botaurus lentiginosus
Nest and three eggs of the Grey Catbird. The nest seen at bottom right is surrounded by leaves and a small branch.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, birds, Dumtella carilinensis, Gray Catbird, ecology, environment
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1946). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 7 (12). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : American species of the pseudoscorpion genus Microbisium Chamberlin, 1930 (Hoff, Clayton C.)
Topics: Arachnida, Microbisium Chamberlin, pseudoscorpion, American, arthropods, entomology
Carya ovata, Shagbark Hickory tree trunk in center of image. Other trees in full-leaf in background. Ground is covered with leaves and undergrowth.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Tree, Plants
Scene is identified as "Swole-west side of Skokie Marsh". Image shows trees and foliage at shoreline in background with reflections and waves of water in foreground. Wooded area on west edge of Skokie Marsh, showing pond-like area in center occupied by Typha latifolia. Stations III-V.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, ecology, environment
Image shows close-up of ferns in the center, surrounded by shorter plants in the foreground and tree trunks in the background.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Herman S. Pepoon, Fern, Plants
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Nov 1951). Natural History Miscellanea (90). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : A New Species of Gasteracantha (Argiopidae) from Sao Tome Island, West Africa (Archer, Allan, F.)
Topics: entomology, spider, Gasteracantha, Argiopidae, arachnology. Sao Tome Island
Black and white, silent motion picture film created by B. T. Gault on Beaver Island, in the Beaver Island archipelago, St. James Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan. Actual film date unknown, ca. 1900-1942, likely 1920s. Notation from Gault: "Steamboat landing at St. James Beaver Island - members of our party boarding the steamer for the return trip to Charlevoix." Film shows a steamboat (painted on boat: "U.S. Mail" "CHARLEVOIX - ST. JAMES TRANSIT CO."...
Topics: Gault, birds, ornithology, boat, Lake Michigan
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Citation: Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Nov 1942). The Chicago Naturalist 5 (3). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue: Museum Activities (Chicago Academy of Sciences) Test Your Nature Lore (Chicago Academy of Sciences) Leaves Out of a Jungle (Eaton, T. H., Jr.) Notes from the Field (Edgren, Richard A. and Walter T. Stille) A Method of Fishing Used by Water Snakes (Evans, Philip D.) George Shiras, III (Gregory, Tappan) The Kankakee Area-its Past and Present (Lyon,...
Topics: Announcements, Lobby Exhibits, Attendance, Staff Notes, Autumn Lecture Series, Gifts to the...
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Oct 1980). Natural History Miscellanea (207). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Water Hyacinth Communities and Succession in Florida (Suter, Walter R., Bengston, John L., Wendland, Keith A., Walter H. Wade)
Topics: botany, water hyacinth, faunal succession, Florida, Eichhornia crassipes, quantitative ecology,...
View of town from water with buildings and harbor on shoreline. Water in mid and foreground.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault
Mallard duck hanging dead by a string attached to its foot, photographed against a monochrome background.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Anas platyrhynchos, DuPage, Illinois
Image shows close-up of large cluster of phlox-like wildflowers with blurry shrubs, grass, and rocks in background. Crop marks drawn in red ink on the plate surrond the wildflowers.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Herman S. Pepoon, Wildflowers
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Large patch of Hollyhocks in foreground with trees in background and side of house just visible at top right
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, plants, Alcea rosea, Hollyhock, ecology, environment
Nest and eggs of the Prairie Chicken. Nest is made of grasses and is surrounded by similar vegetation and contains 12 eggs and a few feathers.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Tympanuchus cupido, DuPage, Illinois
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Sep 1951). Natural History Miscellanea (88). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Taxonomic Notes on the Various Species of Musaceae, Marcgraviaceae, Guttiferae, and Solanaceae of Colombia (Ewan, Joseph)
Topics: taxonomy, Musaceae, Marcgraviaceae, Guttiferae, Solanaceae, Colombia, botany
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Nov 1955). Natural History Miscellanea (150). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : A New Chorus Frog (Pseudacris) from the Eastern United States (Harper, Francis)
Topics: herpetology, chorus frog, Pseudacris nigrita kalmi, United States
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Dec 1948). Natural History Miscellanea (34). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Another Account of the "Dance" of the Western Diamond Rattlesnake (Gloyd, Howard K.)
Topics: rattlesnake, dance, Crotalus atrox Baird and Girard, herpetology
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Citation: Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Oct 1939). The Chicago Naturalist 2 (3). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue: The Sea-Lily (Ball, John R.) Museum Activities (Chicago Academy of Sciences) The Naturalist's Calendar of Events (Chicago Academy of Sciences) Henry Chandler Cowles (Davis, III, N.S.) Weeds (Kummer, Anna Pedersen) The Naturalist's Book Shelf (Multiple Authors) The Fish With the Magic Eye (Walls, Gordon L.) Pyramids of Palos (Windsor, A. S.)
Topics: Invertebrates, Echinoderma, marine invertebrates, Sea-lily, crinoids, announcements, Public...
Field of low growing plants (possibly soybeans or peas) with one lone corn plant in left midground, scattered trees along field's edge in background.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Herman S. Pepoon, Flowers, Plants
A drawing of the interior of the celestial sphere with a figure of a girl to demonstrate scale.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Atwood Celestial Sphere
Image shows seated man wearing hat with front brim holding snake wrapped around arm and line of trees in background and ladder in left background. Crop marks drawn with black ink on the plate surrounds the figure and ladder. Damage to the plate obscures much of the image.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Herman S. Pepoon, Figure, Snake
Trunk of swamp chestnut oak tree. Tree trunk in center of image amidst grasses with wooded vegetation in background.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Quercus michauxii, DuPage County, Illinois
View of wooden house with a man standing on the lowest step, with grassy area in foreground and an object lying left of center on the grassy area.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Johnson County, Illinois
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1955). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 10 (4). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : A Review of the Family Tenuialidae with a Description of a New Species from Colorado and Utah (Acarina: Oribatei) (Woolley, Tyler A.)
Topics: entomology, Acarina, Oribatei Tenuialidae, mite, Colorado, Utah, new species
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1955). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 10 (8). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : A New Crotalid Snake from Kume Shima, Riu Kiu Islands (Gloyd, Howard K.)
Topics: Crotalid Snake, Kume Shima, Riu Kiu Islands, Serpentes, Herpetology, new species
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1942). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 6 (10). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Notes on the young of three recently described snakes, with comments upon their relationships (Conant, Roger)
Topics: herpetology, snakes, growth
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1950). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 9 (3). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : A preliminary study of the subspecies of the jumping viper, Bothrops nummifer (Burger, Leslie W.)
Topics: Bothrops nummifer, jumping viper, survey, reptile, herpetology
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Citation: Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Apr 1938). The Chicago Naturalist 1 (1). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue: Wave Erosion Along the West Shore of Lake Michigan (Ball, John R.) Meeting of Amateur Herpetologists (Chicago Academy of Sciences) Museum Activities (Chicago Academy of Sciences) The Naturalist's Calendar of Events (Chicago Academy of Sciences) A Note of Introduction (Davis, Nathan A.) On Scientific Collecting (Ford, Edward R.) Notes from the Field...
Topics: erosion, waves, Lake Michigan, shoreline, recession, geology, glacier, Lake Chicago, Pleistocene,...
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Citation: Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Sep 1941). The Chicago Naturalist 4 (3). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue: Ross's Goose Breeding Grounds Discovered (Cartwright, B. W. and Ormal I. Sprungman) Museum Activities (Chicago Academy of Sciences) The Naturalist's Calendar of Events (Chicago Academy of Sciences) Mammalian Ears, Inside and Out (Hatfield, Donald M.) Feathered Migrants of the Posts (Janssen, Raymond E.) Notes from the Field (Multiple Authors) The...
Topics: Ross's Goose, Angus Gavin, Ernest Donovan, arctic, Perry River, Hudson Bay Company, nesting...
Portrait of Mrs. James C. Gault (B.T. Gault's mother) outdoors. She is facing camera and stands near a large potted plant.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, people
Image shows two dead ducks hanging next to one another upside down by rope against a monochrome background
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, birds, Mallard, Wood Duck, ecology, environment
Nest and three eggs & one cowbird egg, the samllest speckled egg, of the Meadowlark. Nest at center made of grasses.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, DuPage, Sturnella magna, Illinois
Trunk of devil's walkingstick tree. Tree trunk with spiny outgrowths in center of image amidst fallen leaves and underbrush with wooded vegetation in background and extremely bent tree trunk in left background.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Benjamin T. Gault, Aralia spinosa, Johnson County, Illinois
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Feb 1954). Natural History Miscellanea (128). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Distribution of Some Illinois Mammals (Hoffmeister, Donald F.)
Topics: mammals, Illinois, mole, shrew, gray motis, wolverine, vole, black rat, Linnaeus, Duvernoy, Howell,...
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Apr 1948). Natural History Miscellanea (16). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Oedogonium chapmanii sp. nov. from New Zealand (Tiffany, Lewis Hanford)
Topics: Oedogonium chapmanii, New Zealand, botany
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Mar 1955). Natural History Miscellanea (144). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : The Yellow Mud Turtle, Kinosternon flavescens spooneri Smith, in Iowa (Dodge, Christopher and Lowell S. Miller)
Topics: yellow mud turtle, Iowa, Smith, Kinosternon flavescens spooneri, herpetology
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Dec 1977). Natural History Miscellanea (198). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Succinea witteri Shimek (Gastropoda: Succineidae) in Illinois (Tucker, John K. and Richard S. Funk)
Topics: snails, Illinois, Gastropoda, Succineidae, succinea witteri Shimek, malacology
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Dec 1966). Natural History Miscellanea (185). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : The Ratsnake of the Bay Islands, Honduras (Smith, Hobart M. and Kenneth L. Williams)
Topics: ratsnake, Elaphe flavirufa polysticha, Cope, Honduras, herpetology
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (May 1949). Natural History Miscellanea (49). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : An Account of Copulation of the Western Diamond Rattlesnake (Whisenhunt, Jr., Matt H.)
Topics: diamond rattlesnake, Crotalus atrox Baird and Girard, dance, herpetology
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Mar 1949). Natural History Miscellanea (39). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : The Occurrence of Emeces inexpectatus in Kentucky (Reese, Robert W.)
Topics: Eumeces inexpectatus, Taylor, Kentucky, herpetology
A view of the front of the Laflin Building with three women standing and sitting near the entrance.
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Matthew Laflin Memorial Building, Lincoln Park
The envelope identifies the location as "Swale, East Branch, Chicago River". The image shows a small field in foreground surrounded by woods which extend into background. From publication: "Station XVIII. A comparison of this figure with the previous plate will illustrate the difference in rainfall in 1908 and 1909."
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, ecology, environment
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1886). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 1 (9). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : On rhizocarps in the Erian (Devonian) period in America (Dawson, Sir William)
Topics: paleontology, rhizocarps, Devonian period, Erian, macrospores, sporangites
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1901). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 2 (4). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : The digitations of the mantle in Physa (Baker, F. C.) Description of a new species of Limnaea (Baker, F. C.)
Topics: malacology, new species, Limnaea, Physa, digitation, mollusca, gastopoda
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1972). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 11 (7). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : In the Service of Science: The History of the Chicago Academy of Sciences (Hendrickson, Walter B. and William J. Beecher)
Topics: history, organizaion, founders, Chicago Academy of Sciences, collections, Chicago
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1955). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 10 (7). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Contribution to the Pselaphid Beetle Fauna of Jamaica (Park, Orlando)
Topics: Pselaphid, beetle, Jamaica, arthropods, entomology
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1955). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 10 (6). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : A Review of the Massasaugas, Sistrurus catenatus, of the Southwestern United States (Serpentes: Crotalidae) (Gloyd, Howard K.)
Topics: Massasaugua, Sistrurus catenatus, Southwest, United States, Serpentes, herpetology
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1911). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 3 (7). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Fall announcements, 1911 (Chicago Academy of Sciences)
Topics: seasonal announcements, fall, collections, members, courses
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1883). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 1 (1). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue: Glacial markings of unusual forms in the Laurentian Hills (Andrews, Edmund)
Topics: glacier, Laurentian Hills, geology, Lake Huron, striae, Cloche Mountains
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1992). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 15 (1). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Understanding Chimpanzees: Diversity and Survival; Symposium Abstracts (Symposium abstracts)
Topics: chimpanzee, symposium, diversity, survival, abstracts
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1969). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 11 (6). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Possible Motion Detection in the Vertebrate Middle Ear (Beecher, William J.)
Topics: vertebrates, hearing, biology, anatomy, motion, sesnes, ears
Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (1950). Bulletin of the Chicago Academy of Sciences 9(4). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : On the taxonomic status of Thamnophis butleri (Cope) (Conant, Roger)
Topics: Thamnophis butleri, Cope, taxonomy, garter snake, herpetology
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Jan 1953). Natural History Miscellanea (116). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Geographical Variation in the Laughing Thrush, Garrulax affinis (Rand, A. L.)
Topics: laughing thrush, Garrulax affinis flemingi, Garrulax affinis muliensis, geographical variation,...
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Citation : Chicago Academy of Sciences. (Jan 1976). Natural History Miscellanea (194). Chicago, IL: Chicago Academy of Sciences. Articles in this issue : Distribution and Taxonomic Status of the Stoneroller, Campostoma anomalum, in Illinois (Burr, Brooks M.)
Topics: ichthyology, stoneroller, Illinois, Campostoma anomalum anomalum, Rafinesque, Campostoma anomalum...